Cauldron of Eternity

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Cauldron of Eternity
Cauldron of Eternity.jpg
Origin Locthwain, Eldraine
User Ayara, Will Kenrith
Status Unknown

The Cauldron of Eternity is a magical artifact found on the plane of Eldraine.[1][2]

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The Cauldron of Eternity is a huge stone bowl with metal legs, large enough to fit a human's body inside. Its interior has rocky, gem-like sides giving off a crystalline purple glamour. The Cauldron grants eternal youth and can return those who die to life if it deems them worthy. It used to be housed at Locthwain before it vanished, and many knights of that court have quested in the Wilds, sometimes for years at a time, to find it.

When it finally reappeared, summoned by an act of persistence of Will Kenrith, the Cauldron was used to free Garruk Wildspeaker of the Chain Veil's curse and to return him to life. A voice that squeezed the heart called Garruk worthy.

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References[edit | edit source]

  1. Kate Elliott (2019). Throne of Eldraine: The Wildered Quest. Penguin Random House.
  2. Chris Mooney (October 31, 2019). "Planeswalker's Guide to Eldraine". Wizards of the Coast.